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5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
 Convex polyhedron
 Pyramid
 Right Triangle
 Polyhedron
 Sphere
 a The set of all points in a three dimensional space that are the same distance from a fixed point, called the center
 b One angle in the triangle measures exactly 90 degrees.
 c is defined in a manner similar to that used in defining a convex polygon
 d A polyhedron whose base is a polygon ad whose faces are triangles that have a common vertex. That common vertex is called the apex of the pyramid.
 e (The plural is polyhedra) A three dimensional object whose surfaces are composed of polygonal regions (faces, verices, edges)
5 Multiple choice questions
 Quadrilateral in which the opposite sides are parallel
 All the sides of the triangle are equal in length
 An infinite number of points connected around an equal distance from a middle point`
 a polyhedron that has two parallel faces that are congruent. These 2 faces are called the bases of the prism. The other faces of the prism are called the lateral faces. (right prism, oblique prism)
 All angles in the triangle are less than 90 degrees.
5 True/False questions

Scalene triangle → No equal sides

Kite → Quadrilateral with 2 pairs of adjacent congruent sides, with perpendicular diagnals

Regular Polyhedron → A convex polyhedron in which the faces are congruent regular polygons and in which the number of edges that meet at each vertex are the same.

Isosceles Triangle → A triangle with at least 2 congruent sides

Cylinder → A siple closed surface whose base is a simple closed surface and whose lateral surfaces slopes up to a vertex that is called the apex